Please note that Just the Goods products are not considered soy-free because formulas indicating the addition of vitamin E (tocopherol) contain soy, as is the case of most products involving added tocopherol. Tocopherol is a plant-based preservative used to extend the life of vegetable based oils. According to data provided by the supplier, the cosmetics grade vitamin E used by Just the Goods is comprised of 67% - 87% D-Alpha-Tocopherol and 13% - 33% refined GMO-free soybean oil. The formula is declared to be wheat- free, certified vegan, and Kosher.
Products without added tocopherol include: all Just the Goods face washes, all Just the Goods facial toners, all Just the Goods facial scrubs, all Just the Goods lip and body scrubs, and all Just the Goods body butters.
Just the Goods' organic vegetable glycerine is derived from non-gmo soy and mustard seed -- it is considered hypoallergenic because the high heat used to process the ingredient transforms the protein chains. Many people sensitive to soy find that they are able to use products containing this vegetable glycerine. However, only you will know the extent to which you are sensitive to soy-based ingredients so I would suggest that anyone with a soy intolerance and/or allergy use caution relative to their personal circumstances.
Just the Goods is not an allergy-free project -- it offers plant-based formulas that are certified cruelty-free by the Leaping Bunny program administered by the The Coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics. Quick lists of gluten-free, nut-free, and unscented options are provided for convenience. Sesame is not used. Milk, eggs, and shellfish are not used because Just the Goods products are entirely plant-based.
I hope this information is helpful! Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions,